Riserva Naturale Orientata Foce del Fiume Belice e Dune Limitrofe

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Riserva Naturale Orientata Foce del Fiume Belice e Dune Limitrofe

Riserva Naturale Orientata Foce del Fiume Belice e Dune Limitrofe
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marcopolo111
Cleveland, Oh2,825 contributions
Large sandy beach almost unspoiled
Oct 2016 • Solo
This is a very long beach with gold red sand and dunes at the estuary of the river Belice. It is out of the way and poorly frequented. It is nice for a walk and a swim. There are a few concession but it is mostly unspoiled, and a little dirty in few places.
Written November 6, 2016
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campanero
Newmarket, Ontario28 contributions
Beautiful Beach and Bothersome Bugs
Sep 2015 • Couples
We parked near Marinella di Selinunte and took the board walk to the nearest beach. The other beaches looked more isolated but it was a longer walk and the heat had drained our energy. Even the nearest beach, however, was a bit of a walk.

There were chairs and beach umbrellas on this part of the beach but not that many people in the water. Change rooms for paying customers only. Still, there were plenty of bushes if you didn’t mind the beetles. Ah, the beetles – hundreds of enormous hard-shelled beetles that seemed to be doing nothing but stumbling around waiting for a bare foot to tread on them.

The sand was powdery and beautiful, the sea refreshing.
Written November 17, 2015
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jeffrey57
windsor98 contributions
7 kilometres of beautiful golden sand beach
May 2015 • Solo
The reserve is really al very long golden sand beach. It really is beautiful. On Google maps, there is a river which crosses it and appears to cut it in half. You can just wade through as it is no deeper, where it meets the sea, than knee level. It is simple.
Written May 21, 2015
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